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lespaul36

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I was trying to find out what is necessary to become legal for perform marriages in CA. I know that as an ordained minister I am legally qualified, but do I need to register or file something somewhere to be legal?

Thanks in advance.

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incredulous, is what I was two years ago when they said I could perform a marriage ceremony in california

(I called the la county clerks office and they concurred)

I officiated at a ceremony in Laguna Beach, CA on June 20th, 2007. So far so good!

Best to you, mm

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Hello everyone,

I am about to perform a wedding in June and I am kind of freaking out. I am almost certain that there are other threads that discuss the typical Californian process flows and all the issues regarding but I am unable to find them. Would somebody kindly point me to that direction? Some shared stories and experiences from the other officiants in California, or even better, Monterey county?

Thank you very much!

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California is pretty open when it comes to us performing marriages.

No need to register or anything. Fill out the marriage license, sign it where it says to sign it, and send it in.

I've performed 2 weddings in CA. Even as an out of state minister, no registration or anything was required.

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